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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 April 1891

is 7 S I r R N J IV- it e I L f i j kEl The Soldier u V ofcW I 5 THE ADVOCATE rrM A I Jr fag ft HL RjRl muWriflnTi MoKce of Louisville who wn lo our pcoplcJn ho address before tho G A It celebration paid tlio following o tho soldier - Soldiers ahvqya and by all nations have formed tho chief topics of history JmVo hail highest pralsn and have been mora than all other tho sub jects of si ory and song The worldg history is full of thou deeds Sacred history abounds with recital of their valoj and the honors awarded them for thuir scrvirc to thIr country Homer celebrates lho hero war riors of the MijO of Trov in lines of heauty which will hu read in all times and in all lands Tho men who gave Greece her maguificont splendor and Home her gorgeous grandeur were those who led their armies to battle Tho name of Saladin beams like a star in tho progress of the worlds his tory Alexander and Caesar always stand at tho head and arc recalled whenever rcccd and Home are men iioncd Napoleon always ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 April 1891

4 fc Ss 3 C to w fW r Lt V KV y J rt T rvmrMSW L It i rvJr fl UMmm mm t mm d Pff j ry l - - h ttb - rits 3S w 2 x jM MilyiJ r JM ARntSMASON Proprietors j ji i r 3IT STXULIXG TUESDAY JAM H 1591 JjFOK IKESlDUNT GROVER CLEVELAND Of Now Toik FOR VIGK WtESIDENT JOHN O CARLISLE v 9f Kentucky - t ANNOUNCEMENTS TOl CIltCUIT COUltT CLERK v HKNItV I BRIGHT v- s of Montgomery County 0 CF0It SHKltlFF i JOHN CMUCIIARDSON of Montgomery County thii i i V J 1 atithomed loannouncc IIou Jno D Clardy of Christian county as a candidal for Governor subject to the action of the Democratic party gIpnjJ L Eilistbn of Montgomery cotTtitf is a candidate for Attorney General subject to the action of the Democratic party fo ADVERTISERS You aro looking for the best medi um through which to reach tho people- You will find that medjum in the Mt Steulino Advocate For ITicrcasoiiTlliafit has a larger circu lation than any paper published here and reaches more people who arc tributary to Mt Sterling than any other p...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 April 1891

Bra I e- P TR1 Miss Lulie It Smith of Joseph Foster oCMltis r -3 iArrTN THEDPjSATE V M4 SUBSORIPTIONiRATESf i jw - Ono year In odvnnco juici uircu mouiua -Alter elx moutlia OHBMBbA M Vjfe rU0O 1 CO 1 Dont fail to rcgjfg5ftpday Resistor to day ifymSiiavo not al- rcadj dono so Rntristfir tortav if vou wish to Votd 1 IT 1 in iiiiiidmu uiuuiiuii Z r -1 Jir ceo wnai a etaugnter 01 prices mo 1 lll p - Ulg uiupiiuui uu IKiu w 1111a ui - 4 - W II Wilkorson rented antPmovcd to tho Mncruiro nronortv knowii5as X uio uuk place oil xnnrAuay - Down go tho prices Shoci must go Clicnnulf csamust so say Greene Clay Register to daj IJcmcmborif you have not regifitnrcd you will- havo no vole in thftIuno election- -- The Camargo and lit Sterling Turnpike CompaHy declared a divi dend of G per cent on its stock last week I Measles aHraging in the Spencer nrighborhoodrA very largo num ber of families liave sickoncs among them i t Bath and county were married at the homctof tho bride on VCdncEday afternoon...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 April 1891

ir s HE miT K im it UK e aaiMjt NEWS OF THE WEEK - claimed successfully solved the prob letn nf linll lionrinrra tn tht irnvfRt ation with the County Clerk at Port Huron Mich Tho object of tho soci ety is To gather into ono foid the twelve tribes of Israel scattered abroad the time being now come for their rcstoratiou and redemption U S Senator George F Edmunds of Vermont has Bent in his resigna tion to Gov Pago to take effect Nov 1st He assigns purely personal rea sons as a causo for his retirement Senator Edmunds is ouc of tho leaders oi tho Republican party Bitter often and sometimes narrow but withal a great man A largo number of saddle horses Vero brought together in Louisville by tho Kidd Combination sde last week and they made it tho occasion lfor org iaizing the National Saddle L llorse Association Their most com- incndablo object is to establish a stud book similar to tho trotting register j thus affording protection to tho pur m chasers of standard saddlo horscs Tho capita...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 April 1891

w v w H nn 1 1 80J if llSni V 1 flf fJllf HE ADVOCATE AGRICULTURAL NOTES The decay of fruit on iho trco incahs lack of potash lime ealt or somo other nulrlinout If clover seed la to do anything on an already seeded -field it must bo eowu while tho ground Is still soit and spongy It Is not advlsablo where other grass has obtained a foothold but only on bare spots whoro the seed ing failed If a llttlo commercial fer tilizer la sown with tho seed It will help v t Tho Mirror and Farmor advises in giving milk to young chicks let it bo frosh Sour milK is not injurious um there Is liability of Us becoming so when tho milk remains in tho pans long enough to sour If not changed and tho drinking pans cleaned Tho main point is cleanliness so as to avoid gapes and bowel disease Of tho English sparrow a corre spondent of Popular Gardening says I havo noticed during tho three past bad fruit seasons on account of tho caterpillar blight that wherover thero were plenty of sparrows there was a good c...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 14 April 1891

E r 4 m k K5 i rVt u W t iSBSW nil wb fflE ADVOCATE A Fox Skin Rug Thcro is no more fashionablo or fit ting iloor covering than a fur rug and when made from tho cntiro skin of some wild beast with tho head ar tistically mounted thoy arc particu larly attractive and allord a most dc slrahlo form in which to preserve tro phies of tho chase Tho method of so preparing a pelt is very simple and wo shall endeavor to glvo directions plain enough so that any of tho young readers willaftcr a little practice find themselves able to acomplish creditable results Let us suppose that after an exciting and invigorating days chase with tho houndswo find our selves possessed of richly coated Reynard Ho is far too much of a burden to carry across lots to our home so wo proceed to remove his tawny jacket in tho field Laying him on his back in tho snow with icct ex tended on either side wo insert tho point of a sharp knife under tho skin at tho baso of the tail and make a Ion gitudinal cut to the throa...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 April 1891

Pt i L f W ry V Iti mb i r v- t 7 r Court iV T Tyler On ST iJf SH j nmenTfiPV CIUUUIX UUUKl - i rfl JUdoe JotiK K Coopkr i5idInffThlm wonqay Hay and tho Fourth jionaay m aotcmum S wrfffiCS B ThW 3t6hdTyn uurcu IT - ntfll tnr Tl Lrfh t hlJ 60IWTV COVRT WMnt fruidnvof each month T ifilrrwti rttTTT Luuir vn at 8UKUM1CITV fOtiBi omifnAJon 3tDaKJMK4 i GroVcs piCBldingpirit Sat unls Jn jmeh month j kJ MVlf Professional- m t iivrirTT 1 WUf iraoUcoViu thoCoiirts of Kentucky mi ctt as n numtsoK I Iliynlclan mid gnrcoon Omcc Main Stocr TomBuws PiTUiiAnitMnirroi uiav uu i3oihub vc7 - V 0 KINO F011D of Mt StcillngTKyO U i HeiircaonU t G i - oa 1 V V nfflpn fVmrt Street Jit btcr ii Hi---- i - TAMES B CASSIDY U OUN JI ELLIOTT i s OAlco In FUcrBlock v J WHITE UQOIvS H Mtstcillncjlvy 51 JIAUH BXALUKU Wi r WHOLlSSALlf CLOTinEIIS - r 0 B ALLUN Ileal Kutato A cent 1 White Oa Morgan CoKy K A1IAZULIIIG0 ftf City Att y Office Court Street Mt Sterling Ky UDGB AMOS DAVIS WITH BETTMAN BUOS CO Mamifactuicre ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 April 1891

t H W 2 as jF fiE ADVM5AT Dismal Swamp Truly Independent This is ono of tho most unique freaks of nature to bo found in tho South It is a swamp on a hill side Tho land slopes away to tho north to tho cast and to tho Boulh from tho center of this peculiar formation It is only to tho westward that tho land gets higher It area is probably -10 miles north and 60Uth and 15 to 20 miles in width cast and west Sov cral streams have their heads in this north i swamp and How away to the cast and south on thoUway to tlio sea Tho soil is of a peaty nature being composed largely of vcgetablo matter So much so that in times of unusual drouth tho fires which often start in tho swamp burn largo I10I03 in the peaty soil often to tho depth of scvoral feet Tho Indians who occupied thi section had a tradition to tho effect that at ono time during sovcro and prolonged dry weather fire burned so long and so fiercely in this noted swamp that acres of soil were burned over and burned up leaving an im mense...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 April 1891

Itf c aVauC TP mP A wo Kijun 1 - - THE AW FARM AND GARDEN Xn pettjtfg tmt strawberry plants an LfteiJ3iojm eaajJiOLroot9 Cglva them plenty of room Tn ground Sheep tlosiro ami aro benefited by firqah fill Id and now pastures anil Should hot ho kept long la tho samo field nor pastured Jn large ilocke Every kind word you speak to an animal and every kind act you show if Is in llin diroKion of making it a moi e proftlublo animal It in an casj Way lo Inervasc your pioflls Tlift sunflower niakoi flno winter poultry fntl They Ahould ho planted in tiih molrt soil about three feet apart and well cultivated Tlic mam moth Italian hraiiching and single headed arc botlrchiico kinds It is well known that meat varies in individual animals in flavor and in underlies The development of he ail of breeding and of the intelligence nud of ho tastes of men has arjrivedal that btogo of growth that demands ho selection of breeding slock with reference to point suggested The qualities mentioned like every o...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 April 1891

Lr 13 V Pj csident Harrison and party arc on a trip through tho South and West and arc being given an ovation on tho entire trip thus far Tho Presi dent seems to appreciato thq hearty reception accorded him in tho South At ovcry town of any note along tho route he has made short addresses to the people and they have extended to him all the courtesies possible Thero is a lively interest being taken in tho proposed new Constitution by tho farmers of our county Notwith standing the press of work tint is just FtXMnrp i mmzSLmhHh r ri HV Vp Tw vHpw ADVOCATE Dismal Swamp w on txjartmSrs f irVTjjej i I mBJnjmlt v v Mvimuip i I uyifc considerable amount of time to tho lis cussion of the several provisions of the instrument This can only lead to good An intelligent understanding of the provisions of the Constitution wo verily believe will make many friend for it One George if Jackson of Port Jcflerscn Ky who is Chairman of a State Committee to organize what ho calls a National Reform Part ha...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 April 1891

M I f V V - s I r sugm 1 AtlfctkMiiU M A I Ji TRdl nol VE Bros Wholesale Grocers THE ADVOCATE SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ono year In iulvnnc J 9 After Uui o inonUis Aftci six liiontlia 1W You can buy tlio Wilkinson sheep Bhoar al W W Reeds 37 21 Bishop Dudley Will preach at Episcopal church to night All cordlallv invtfcil to attend MCt Sterling and STorth Middlctown Reports from yesterdays Cincinnati livo stock market say that the offer ings are light and the market higher Hogs aro lower in price than n few days since Good hogs though as good cattle will command good prices - The Republicans of Clay county held tlioJLvvfJbn ventiou a day or two appointed delegates to tho Stafo Convention at Louisville May 20th They sent their delegation un instructcd except it was directed to support Ed C Orar of this city for Attorney General tf J M Bigtaffis oponing up his ad dition and some of tho handsomest lots around the cif y Avill open in a few days Sycamore street will be opened from v hero it now ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 April 1891

H WLJ JJUJi IIIMIMIMIIIIHIII I I I III I I I III I I UI1ILIII I IHIIIIIIIIIMMIW l II 11 Umm J m mam M N I i M i mv in lJ f J A I LNT N I M rnl s - - - - ESes s r li MEiim H1 jfcgf K HPrh r irH sW FtFIS Kr - r l 17 ii r I Houghtons Advertised flfef JR K HBL fflilliiRESIm C0 Bho9 for 225 uW8VIh M w 3B fMWmwmMBM qmith s 500 hce2t39L Ww I ilHHlHilllHBill Vo hamIe CATDWELL 503 VffRHIHB If T KIIS UJNTLAUNDRIFiD SHIRT lJMBMHk MCHfiHiyBBIl GREENE CLAY A CHENA LTAWBH V v hhhbiu MI uttiuwcu o wiu witwiu xw F McSSvwHV WBIBpBfwBfBKJSB I Ml g 7 TZZrSSm Mfnffl - m l THE ADVOCATE NEWS OF THE WEEK Clay City has decided to issue 3000 of bonds for the erection of a public school building The town has hitherto been without taxation except in tho way of license Mrs E W llaltord wife of the residents Private Secretary died on Tuesday Sho had been iu bad health for boveralocars and had been a great thfjyiacjmZZl Pound Gap iu Letcher couiTtis I the highest poiut in the State 2513 feet The lowest point in ...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 April 1891

I IP 1c as 6- Kktv Ki jiuy r V 512 31 W THE ADVOCATE PEOPLE AND WHAT ThV j ARE DOINQ Gen Grccly will rclho ii Qiri tho YTcatlicr Bureau early in July Senator elect a million aire 6o ho -wont feci very lonely Alboui celebrated her C5th birthday on March 13 Mr Dopow is said to have been off ered 100000 a year to edit a newspa per Ned Wright tho London rovivallst is coining to this country to lecturo and hold services Lawronco Banotts Ufcwasiusurcd for 100000 and it is understood that his estate is valued at doublo that Tho daughters of tho Princess of Wales are said to bo ablo to go into tho kitchen and cook a meals victu als hut they never do it Mrs Nellie Blessing Eystcr Presi dent of tho Womans Press Assocatlon of tho Pacific Coast is a grand niece of Barbara Frictchic John It Mason a milb overseer at Fall IMvor says - majority of women and girls in tho factories dip snuff Susan B Anthony says The woman of tho future is not goingHo snatch at everything that passes tor a man because...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 21 April 1891

I r4umto 0 t my V I HE ADVOCATE I STOPPING ELECTRIC CAR8 - Results of Somo Kxporltncnti on Bostons Principal Lino Somo experiments that havo been nindo to dotennino tlio distances re quired to stop nn electric car under or dinary circumstances from various speeds havo furnished Interesting re sults as to tlio brako power of street care as appears by tho annual report of tlio railroad commissioners In mak ing tho experiments tho following con ditions wero observed A man with a number of surveying plus was sta tioned on tlio step of tho rear platform two observers with stop watches stood upon tho platform j a fourth gavo tho signal for tho driver to stop With tho car running nt a uniform Rpccd It was necessary to determine it tho rate of speed and becond tho distance- re quired to inako a stop At a given signal tho first stop watch was started and a pin was dropped upon tho ground At tho expiration of ten seconds tho observer with his stop watch gavo another signal and stopped his wat...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 April 1891

w vt h f Ji r snip kT j IV CiU juiy jfha bbbbbbbbV1 aaaut K in ti J 3- Jj i Groceries MM J MHBMMMMnMM JfcvocAI H VOL1 Court Directory 1 CIRCUIT COUBT Jumi JpHM E CoorxK presiding Third Monday Mar and tho Fourth Monday In No ember COURT OF COMMON FLC18 JUBOg TJ SCOTT presiding Third Monday In September afcd March WonTGOMJEItr QUARTBXLY COUJIT Jr LWI8 IrKMOX presiding Tuesday af ter TBira aionaay laoanuarj April i uijr nnu October COUKTT COURT Third Monday of each month JIT itlRUKO C1TT 00U11T CIYII BBAXCH Jvboi JAKC9 W CJROTxa presiding rirst Sat urday la eaek month Professional J AKNKTT Attorn eyt Law 8aljerTillKy Will practice in the CoarU of Kentucky DR CM AS B DUEItSON Physician and Surgeon f Mt Storllng Ky OMee Mala BL over Torli Clayton store Residence corner of Clay and Maya ville streets KINU VOKD of Mt Sterling Ky joprwuu MACK STABLER k CO WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS ClXCIMXATI O m 1k i r T wr KealKstate Agent Wbita Oak Morgan CoTCy A HAZELRKJO A Attorney-at-law ft City Atty Oflee C...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 April 1891

t wrrmrnsm IT - 1 Tt - P til iAM S Costivoucss from eating dry food kill lota of sheep Economical ronmirini requires a kuowlctlgo of tho soil and of foitlliz iilg ingrtdienls Olean out and destroy nil llio waste from the cellar Millions of insect eggs and disease germs arc thereby rendered harmless If you have a windmill by pro vmuig an oicvaicu uuik you uuu f ways ha ro water with a head tlio sprinkling garden and lawn Thcro nro 02000 women iu America interested in tho cultivation of fruit and among them arc some of tho most Biicccssful rchardists in California The Grange has mado addiliona proof of the idea that our education is by no means entirely a pi oduct of or ganized schools or teachers or printed books Sheep will improve tho land if tho management of the pasture is intelli gent If the sheep arc pastured upon pasturo that is so short that they will destroy tho rootsthcro will bo no im provement Currants require a good soil and clean culture Tho addition of com post in which...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 April 1891

isr A St t is ii fff ICiU jmury THE ADVOCATE zr new of the Week JJ Goodiimii aproinliient BaplM minister of ghclbyvlHc died ton Tiirkliy Tlio Kentucky Xlosa Association will hold ha annual convention at Paducali Juno dth and 6th I lift Ti osbj tcry of St Louis has vofud almost Unanimously in favor of tho appointment of womcli afi o sc Jlobcit Muriin while coujilinjc cars if Ioiilli and MhjiIo slice Ijouibvilln Kt liitiilil arm caujrlit between buiiiin anduntitidr injured Tin rtiTtlh nhlk Uuiluw ordii ud nwtiv fiMiin lvu tt oi with cllw Icicfon birl put In at Olmiuh kur l ihind QtiAiuiilinc Mation Wednesday if Z T Svininv Consul General lo ConVHiilluopb haj i csljrijiil and will littirii to woll in thu ministry Ho ha- aieijitida rail o a thnieh at TCo Kniii - The nynr of Jliddltsboio Intend jujjout iuirilioiH lo tin iMuMirx ol Hie i rf ilic flatV aKinj a 10 opfiMiioii in ninuiiiir for an tlibi lion nt ihi Woi hls Iiir T 1 IVHth yurtiiilo Q has pz t in tl n jiid tnn nt bcloiv lud iu j...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 April 1891

I m ir v r 4r I viPWn lion t b in THE ADVOCATE HARRIS St MASON Proprietors T JmnTlO TtESDAV iUlt 2S 1SDJ tih JOlt IUESIDENT s OnjER CLEVELAND 1 i 4 Of Xew Yoik Ji t rIl VICE- PRESIDENT JOHN G CARLISLE Of Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENTS KOlt CII1CUIT COURT CLimK Read the now Constit ii i ti y did not sco tiiat thoy need uy hurry to announce their la our List Im tip Jvas ot long ago aro shattered and -their historical and artistic valuodostioycd An account of Uio scenes among other things jays ino rope had just concluded the celebration of a low mass and was en gaged in prujer -when tho explosion shook tho Vatican building So se vere was tho shock that his Holiness lo tiered and would have fallen had iyot ono of the servants in attendance E5nuig forward and caught tho L wilo prelato m his arms HisIIolinoss liasnow recovered from iho shock ho jtfcnerlonced through tho explosion -- V liioro jias ocen a very Vt V considerable ftoum oi taiic aijoutuicl armors Hce Al ot this legislative district se...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 April 1891

wafflfg - I r V L nn VJ 2v fr fit r u W m sseshj Trimble Bkos Wholesale Grocers Hlr V li rfRIMBLE BROS wholesale Grocers - MT STERLING KY THE ADVOCATE SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in advance JJ9 Aftor thrco months J After six months 1 w Call at cither tlio County Clerks of llco or tho Advocate office and get a copy of tho new Constitution lira Jas I Cassidy has at Hain linos storo a splendid lino of ilowers Sho will sell them very cheap Win E Cas9idy has rented of Mrs T Mcguiro tho Joel Fcslcr properly on Maysvillo street and will move in to it May 1st Again wo wish to state to our cor respondents and all others that wo will not publish communications written on lioth bides of tho paper There are 800 copies of tho now Constitution for frco distribution that have bden sent to this county Call at tho County Clerks office or tho Advo cate office and secure a copy J KRodgcrs bought tho past week a couple of good saddle horses at 200 each One ofV T Filzpatrick and tho other from Lexington...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mt. Sterling advocate. — 28 April 1891

1 v N 6 THEf ADVOCATE PEN AND SCISSORS s ing more than a tigment of the disor dered brain of tho distinguished pa tient Tin Australian hxllot system ha now been adnpdd by Xobiakn the IMiJi State Illiuoin will prubtlil wliei l into tlte line liefore its lfjjii I i tuiv adjourn and the 10 other Slait vlll all ttiiui to it MMiuer or later lleiin M Stanley has sailed Im England having lectured 110 time before American audiences who paid 305000 to hear him Ho journeyed 25000 miles in Africa and travelled 27000 miles in the United States telling about it Francis E Willard has issued an address to the public speakers among the women of tho country asking that each of them will contribute the proceeds of one lecture to a fund for that most illustrious of women ora tors Auna Dickinson A fmMrv f ir Tasinr obscrvanc in Springfield O was a unToir ious meeting in tho opera house priest clad in citizens habiliments preached to a largo congregation so also did tho Protestant clergymen Tho Protesta...

Publication Title: Mt. Sterling Advocate, The
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